Raiders Getting Healthy, Sans Schilens

Tom Cable announced all the players that missed Saturday’s game in Chicago should be back to practice Tuesday except for wide receiver Chaz Schilens.

Schilens may have over compensated for his foot injury and may need a scope of his knee. If the scope is done this week, he could be back for the season opener, but don’t bet on Schilens at this point. His foot is also still sore 12 months after the injury first occurred.

The only notable injury was Samson Satele with an ankle injury. He will have an x-ray this afternoon to determine the severity.

This means Darrius Heyward-Bey is over a case of fatigue and Darren McFadden’s hamstring is good enough to at least go through some drills.

Richard Seymour and Nnamdi Asomugha will return from feeling…under the weather. A nice way of saying the Raiders didn’t want to risk its investments by putting them on the field in a game that didn’t mean anything.

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  • @Peter_Bukowski Nah.
    about 8 hours ago
  • Funny that in the NBA the shot to the balls becomes national fodder. In the NHL, someone gets a stick to the balls every game.
    about 8 hours ago
  • @jharders35 Thank you. Hopefully can wrote more this season after a quiet 2015.
    about 8 hours ago
  • @jharders35 Things have changed a lot in modern countries in terms of earthquake preparedness, but fair point.
    about 8 hours ago
  • @jharders35 Hurricanes are no big deal unless they are Cat 4+ usually. Big Earthquakes are rare. Mostly a little shake.
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